Wexner Alumni Networking Day 2013
Dr. Tina Seelig, from the Stanford Design School, taught Wexner Heritage and Graduate Fellowship Alumni about creativity at the San Francisco Regional Networking Day.
More than 130 alumni joined together to study creativity and motivation in San Francisco for a Wexner Alumni Networking. A bunch of like-minded alumni joined my group and here are some things we thought about:
· The need for “more on-ramps and fewer off-ramps” to Jewish participation;
· Replacing ancient prayer based denominational Judaism with a joyful “meaning based” relationship;
· Is denomination based Judaism to be replaced by schools, camps and trips to Israel?
· “Blessing of a Skinned Knee” a good read to understand how to make Judaism relevant to kids.
· Orthodoxy is growing among young Jews; it benefits by being a very clearly defined proposition.
Mark I. Schickman is a Wexner Heritage Alum from San Francisco 2. Mark is a partner at Freeland, Cooper, and Foreman, LLP. He received his BA and JD degrees from Columbia University, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and the recipient of Columbia’s Whitney North Seymour Medal for Distinguished Trial Advocacy. He has held numerous elected bar positions, including service as President of the Bar Association of San Francisco, and Governor of the State Bar of California. Mark can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to download a PDF document of the teaching “Why Don’t You Get How Right I Am?”, which The Wexner Foundation President Rabbi Elka Abrahamson shared with those in attendance.